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    The UCL Drama Society’s ethos is to provide as many opportunities as possible for as many people as possible, regardless of dramatic experience. We put on a range of productions every academic year: from our large-scale shows put on in our very own Bloomsbury Theatre like An Ideal Husband (2023), to our smaller shows across London black box theatres like As Terrible As God (2023). Our showcases RECLAMATION, PRIDE and the New Writing Festival feature a series of short performances instead, allowing for society members to try more experimental theatre regardless of their experience. Our setlist of productions reveals our society to be rife in opportunities and talents, both behind and on the stage.

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  • UCL Drama Society CPT shows

    UCL Drama

    UCL Drama New Writing Festival

    Thu 10 - Sat 12 Feb at 7pm
    UCL Drama Society presents: The New Writing Festival! Some of the best plays written by UCL students and performed by over forty fabulous UCL actors, it's a celebration you won't want to miss!

    The Philanthropist

    Fri 12 - Sat 13 Jan at 7.30pm and Sat 13th Jan at 2:30pm
    UCL Drama Society presents 'The Philanthropist' a bourgeois comedy by Christopher Hampton. The academics of an English university meet up for a dinner party and engage in witty wordplay.

    UCL Pride 2024

    Fri 9 at 7:30pm and Sat 10 at 2:30pm and 7:30pm
    The UCL Drama Society's PRIDE is back! Their three shows will feature a colourful and varied series of short performances , united together in their storytelling surrounding LGBTQ+ experience.

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